Islamic Publishing House Faces Anti-Muslim Claims, Threats From ISIS
Islamic Publishing house is facing anti-Muslim threats from ISIS.
The group is demanding to “make sure the publication of their work is stopped” and has threatened to shut down their publishing house in the UK.
The UK is home to the largest number of Muslims in the world.
Islamic Publishinghouse was founded in 2007 by three ex-Muslims, Mohammad Abulhassan, Abdulaziz Abdulazeez and Mohammed Fadl, who also run a bookstore.
It has a wide range of books and magazines and has been praised for publishing such classics as The Story of Muhammad and The Holy Quran.
Its website is filled with cartoons and anti-Western propaganda.
The Islamic PublishingHouse has been a target of ISIS before.
Last summer, a gunman killed eight people in a mosque in Birmingham, and two months later, the Islamic PublishingHouses Islamic bookstore in London was destroyed by a bomb.
A number of British Muslims have also been targeted with bomb threats.
Islamic publishing houses are a traditional part of Muslim communities in the Middle East and North Africa, which have been plagued by violent extremism for decades.
Islamic publishers have also faced criticism for publishing cartoons that depict the Prophet Muhammad as a man who has no sexual interest in women.
The publisher of The Daily Prophet, the UK’s most widely read publication, recently received death threats from Islamic extremists, including one that read: “I’ll kill you, you will be one of the first of us to be killed.”
This threat was later removed.
The Islamic Publishing houses has not published a single issue of The Guardian newspaper in more than 20 years.
However, the paper’s parent company, the Guardian Group, is publishing Islamic books, and the group has published a number of books by Muslims.
Islamic Printing House was founded by three Muslim men in 2007, and it was the first Islamic publishing house to be established in the West.
The website claims that the UK is the home to over 1 million Muslims and is home “to the largest Muslim population in the whole of the world.”
The group says it “is a place for everyone to learn and celebrate.”